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Jul 3, 2013 5:30pm PDT
. we'll go to richard engel and our team live in tahrir square. >>> the evidence presented today in the murder trial of george zimmerman,. the gun used to kill trayvon martin and the sweatshirt trayvon martin wore that night as the prosecution begins to wrap up its case. >>> what lies beneath as millions head to the beaches, there's a problem. the waters aren't entirely safe in many places where sandy visited. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. it is a wild night in tahrir square in cairo and across egypt for that matter. just today and just like that, their new president is gone. the last time we saw an upheaval like this was during the arab spring, when hosni mubarak was thrown from power. the new president, morsi, was democratically elected. now he's gone after a year in office. and right now, tonight, the power structure is vague, after the military rolled in. our team is in place in cairo tonight, including our chief foreign correspondent, richard engel, back on familiar territory. richard, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. some people here are saying what h
MSNBC
Jul 3, 2013 12:00pm PDT
. we'll have more with you. let's go to richard engel, who's in tahrir square right now. describe the scene behind you. i know we're talking about a revolution, but it sure looks like a party. >> reporter: these are the celebrations. there are hundreds of thousands of people in this square. when that announcement was made by the army a short while ago to suspend the constitution, to hold early elections and to sideline the president, mohamed morsi, the crowds started firing up volley after volley of fireworks. they are waving egyptian flags. these celebrations are going to go on, i suspect, all night. we were down in the crowds a short while ago. there was a tremendous amount of enthusiasm. people here are not calling this a coup. they're saying this is a military intervention that was asked for by the people. the military in its statement repeatedly said that it has no intention of holding on to power. will the military be good on its word? that remains to be seen. but the military has gone to great efforts, even making the announcement in the presence of christian and muslim religio
NBC
Jul 2, 2013 5:30pm PDT
president. richard engel is live tonight in tahrir square. >>> no way out. what we're learning about the fire that killed 19 firefighters in arizona, and is still out of control. plus, a story of heroism from the wife of one of the fallen. >>> women at risk. a new warning about the skyrocketing number of middle aged women addicted to prescription medication and the toll it's taking. >>> and two first ladies describe what it's really like living inside the white house, and the times the building can feel more like the pennsylvania avenue prison. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. and here is the situation in egypt tonight. where tahrir square is once again full of protesters, late at night local time. as of now, anything could happen. the new egyptian president, mohammed morsi, only in office for a year, has now rejected an ultimatum from the military that he give way to the will of the people. the president spoke on television tonight and he's not giving in, nor are the people going away. and now for the second time in recent memory, egypt is facing a big tipping point. we'
MSNBC
Jul 3, 2013 7:00am PDT
local time, cairo, egypt. we'll get more. richard engel will be reporting live on msnbc right after the break. cookout with world champion grill master brett galloway. he's serving his guests walmart choice premium steaks. but they don't know it yet. they will. it's a steak-over. steak was excellent. very tender. melts in your mouth. it was delicious. tonight you are eating walmart steak. what???!! good steak. two thumbs up? look, i ate all of mine. it matches any good steakhouse if not better. walmart choice premium steak in the black package. it's 100% money back guaranteed. try it for your next backyard barbecue. [ whirring ] [ dog barks ] i want to treat more dogs. ♪ our business needs more cases. [ male announcer ] where do you want to take your business? i need help selling art. [ male announcer ] from broadband to web hosting to mobile apps, small business solutions from at&t have the security you need to get you there. call us. we can show you how at&t solutions can help you do what you do... even better. ♪ >>> msnbc just getting information from the ap that egypt's pres
NBC
Jul 4, 2013 5:30pm PDT
brotherhood, calls for protests tomorrow. richard engel back in tahrir square in cairo tonight with the latest. richard, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, carl. once again, we are in a very boisterous and loud tahrir square. the crowds are big tonight, nothing like yesterday. perhaps just a quarter of the size that they were here. there are still many uncertainties in this country, but one official told us tonight that they hope to hold new elections in this country within about the next six to eight months. getting there will be difficult, but at least in tahrir tonight, people think this country is off to the right start. they are still partying into the night in tahrir square. celebrating the downfall of president morsi. democratically elected, yes. but seen here as a failure, pushed aside by the military with a promise of better days. there is a carnival atmosphere in tahrir square, leaving no doubt who is in charge of this country now, the egyptian military is carrying out an impromptu air show, right over the square, and the people here are loving it. the jets released
NBC
Jul 4, 2013 4:00am PDT
correspondent richard engel reports from cairo where celebrations raged into the night. >> reporter: it's the cry of millions of egyptians. an outpouring of joy and relief that a weight has been lifted from their shoulders. the end of a political experiment gone wrong. >> i'm crying because i'm so happy. so happy we get rid of them. >> we are now free egypt, out of muslim brotherhood. >> reporter: army helicopters flew over tahrir square dropping flags. thanking them for driving out president morsi whom they claimed neglected the wants of thepeople. the celebrations were triggered by this highly anticipated announcement. the army chief on national television outlining a road map. morsi out, the constitution suspended. the head of the constitutional court, the new president. but only until early elections. and what about morsi and his supporters? they are calling this a naked coup and a front to islam. a plot by israel and america. they are furious. the u.s. embassy which is just in the back of this square has ordered the departure of all nonemergency personnel and their families. an
MSNBC
Jul 3, 2013 2:00pm PDT
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MSNBC
Jul 3, 2013 4:00pm PDT
. nbc's chief foreign correspondent richard engel is in tahrir square. both at the square and today's muslim brotherhood rally. and now we have richard engel. thank you. take all the time you want. tell us what's going on in cairo. >> reporter: well, i will start with what is happening right here in this square. enormous celebrations, a great outpouring of enthusiasm, obviously fireworks, obviously cheering, lots of music. people here believe that this is really the end or the latest phase of the revolution that began in this square 2 1/2 years ago. and if you go back and see what happened 2 1/2 years ago, students came out, ousted president mubarak, and what happened? a transitionary government came in. that didn't go well, they were in power for about another year, year and a half. then elections were held and the muslim brotherhood won the election, which these people saw as a major disaster. now they have called on the military once again to intervene to remove the muslim brotherhood and they are hopeful that based on the last experience when there was a transition government that
MSNBC
Jul 4, 2013 2:30am PDT
correspondent richard engel reports from cairo where celebrations raged on into the night. >> reporter: it's the cry of millions of egyptians, an outpouring of joy and relief that a weight has been lifted from their shoulders. the end of an experiment in political islam gone wrong. >> i'm crying because i'm so happy. so happy we get rid of them. >> we are now free out of muslim brotherhood. >> reporter: army helicopters flew over tahrir square dropping flags. egyptians lit them up with lasers. thanking the military for driving out president morsi who they claim neglected the needs of the people. while empowering muslim fundamentalists. the celebrations were triggered by this highly anticipated announcement, the army chief on national television outlining a road map. morsi out, the constitution suspended, the head of the constitutional court, the new president, but only until early elections. and what about morsi and his supporters? they're calling this a naked coup and a front to islam, a plot by israel and america. they're furious. the u.s. embassy, which is just in the back of this s
NBC
Jul 2, 2013 5:00pm PDT
is ticking down for the egyptian president. richard engel is live tonight in tahrir square. >>> no way out. what we're learning about the fire that killed 19 firefighters in arizona, and is still out of control. plus, a story of heroism from the wife of one of the fallen. >>> women at risk. a new warning about the skyrocketing number of middle aged women addicted to prescription medication and the toll it's taking. >>> and two first ladies describe what it's really like living inside the white house, and the times the building can feel more like the pennsylvania avenue prison. "nightly news" begins now.
NBC
Jul 3, 2013 5:00pm PDT
richard engel and our team live in tahrir square. >>> the evidence presented today in the murder trial of george zimmerman,. the gun used to kill trayvon martin and the sweatshirt trayvon martin wore that night as the prosecution begins to wrap up its case. >>> what lies beneath as millions head to the beaches, there's a problem. the waters aren't entirely safe in many places where sandy visited. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening.
MSNBC
Jul 3, 2013 10:00pm PDT
richard engel is in cairo with more, richard? >> reporter: good evening, lawrence, from a very noisy tahrir square, some people called what happened today a coup. that is certainly the way the now ousted mohammed morsi is calling the situation. in fact in his only speech, he said a revolution has been taken from us. they are not calling it a coup. they say the army intervened at the people's request for change. just watch, and listen. it is the cry of millions of egyptians, an outpouring of joy and relief that a weight has been lifted from their shoulders. the end of an experiment in political islam gone wrong. >> i am crying because i'm so happy. so happy we get rid of them. >> we are now free, egypt, out of the muslim process. >> reporter: pushed once again, by the military. tonight, the army helicopters flew over tahrir square dropping flags. egyptians lit them up with lasers, thanking them for driving out morsi, who they claim neglected the needs of the people while in power. make no mistake, these celebrations are not against islam or even islam and politics but against morsi an
MSNBC
Jul 5, 2013 3:00am PDT
under house arrest. nbc's richard engel is in cairo with more, richard? >> reporter: good evening, lawrence, from a very noisy very boisterous tahrir square, some people calling what has happened today a coup. that is certainly the way the now ousted president mohamed morsi is describing the situation. in fact, in his own statement he said, quote, a revolution has been taken from us. but here in tahrir square, they have not calling this a coup. in fact, they are saying what has happened today was the army intervened at the people's request for change. just watch, and listen. it is the cry of millions of egyptians, an outpouring of joy and relief that a weight has been lifted from their shoulders. the end of an experiment in political islam gone wrong. >> i am crying because i'm so happy. so happy we get rid of them. >> we are now free, egypt, out of the muslim process. >> reporter: a re-set button pushed once again in egyptian politics but proy tests and -- by protests and ultimately the military. tonight helicopters into over tahrir square dropping flags. egyptians lit them up wi
MSNBC
Jul 3, 2013 8:00am PDT
us from cairo is richard engel. let's talk about the crowd swell we have seen. we are at the tipping point, the hour that the military gave mohamed morsi the ultimatum to fix this or be removed. it doesn't seem as if we have any indication of which way that is going to go other than morsi last night saying that he was defiant of this and wasn't going to be going anywhere. >> reporter: there is also a statement from morsi today that -- in which he's trying to offer a concession. he's saying that he's willing to form a new government, a government that is more inclusive, that he will listen to advisers, and that he threatened that breaking the legitimacy of his office could lead to a deterioration of democracy. a very similar kind of statement that we heard from president morsi in his televised speech last night this one was a written statement, but judging from the crowds who are here, that message, that latest offer to be more conciliatory, to be more inclusive by president morsi, certainly not being received here in tahrir square. there are tens of thousands, perhaps several
MSNBC
Jul 3, 2013 9:00am PDT
under mubarak and before him was sadat. >> thank you to nbc's richard engel and aymen moyheden. we'll have more after this. ctuay ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation. plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve daily physical function so moving is easier. celebrex can be taken with or without food. and it's not a narcotic. you and your doctor should balance the benefits with the risks. all prescription nsaids, like celebrex, ibuprofen, naproxen and meloxicam have the same cardiovascular warning. they all may increase the chance of heart attack or stroke, which can lead to death. this chance increases if you have heart disease or risk factors such as high blood pressure or when nsaids are taken for long periods. nsaids, like celebrex, increase the chance of serious skin or allergic reactions, or stomach and intestine problems, suc
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Jul 3, 2013 3:00am PDT
joining us. >> gang, up next, nbc's richard engel is on the ground in cairo where egypt's president is defying the army's ultimatum to yield to protesters. also, "the washington post's" david ignatius. you're watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. hi! i'm sandy, and after nine years of working at walmart, i know savings. and right now we've got everything you need for a great summer. this 5-piece dining set on clearance, save over $49! marco! polo! this metal frame pool on rollback, you save $80! woo! fire up the savings. this 4 burner grill on rollback, you save $11. how bout all these bikes on rollback? like this mongoose adult bike, you save over $20! get more summer for your money at walmart's super summer savings event going on right now at your local walmart. i tthan probablycare moreanyone else.and we've had this farm for 30 years. we raise black and red angus cattle. we also produce natural gas. that's how we make our living and that's how we can pass the land and water back to future generations. people should make up their own mind what's best for them. all i can say is
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Jul 3, 2013 12:00am PDT
richard engel. joining me, an egyptian activist and columnist. and associate professor of middle eastern politics at the university of oklahoma. i want to start with you. you're living in egypt now. you've been very involved in the protests from the beginning. what gets 14 million people in the streets, like why is everyone so angry, and why, and maybe this shows my own ignorance, but it seems kind of all the sudden that this has sparked. explain to me why we saw a galvanized action. >> mohamed morsi has spent the last year since elected to president during this transitional period, at every step. last november, tremendous powers to himself that allowed him to rush through a constitution that is utterly horrendous and incredibly unfair to the revolution and the egyptians that paid with their lives for this revolution. he consistently attacked his opponents. he sent to jail, in detention, activists. he's even hounded comedians like yusef who is described as the jon stewart of egypt. he made it impossible. you have an extra 1 million against him in the streets. >> that's great. >>
FOX Business
Jul 3, 2013 1:00pm EDT
don't mean to pick on richard engel but because the administration itself was saying much the same thing. muslim brotherhood, they don't want power and want to rule from behind. obviously that is not true. does that, does it worry you that the american foreign policy could be that naive? >> it is worrisome but you also have to think that morsi came in with 51% of the votes. so, you know, there's still, this is a very divided country to start off withhand you know, it is trial and error for egypt. they want something different. don't necessarily know what they want. gone through one revolution. going through a second one potentially. if it takes three, four, five, so be it. they haven't found equalibrium on -- david: the military has taken over. they don't like to being quiet. they like power. they like to exert power. if the military takes over and these folks out in the street battle with muslim brotherhood folks that could be a very bad sustained civil war. >> either way. just because we're so polarized in egypt i think either way there's going to be post-traumatic stress disorde
NBC
Jul 4, 2013 7:00am PDT
chief foreign correspondent richard engel in cairo. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. here the protest tents are starting to come down, a sign that at least this phase of egypt's political transition could be ending. the new transitional president has given his first speech calling on all sectors of egyptian society including the muslim brotherhood to participate in future politics. as for the ousted president, president morsi, when we asked the army today about his whereabouts, an army spokesperson would only say, quote, he is in a safe place. wasting no time, egypt swore in a new president this morning, adly mansour. he's just a caretaker until a new election and seemed as surprised as anyone at the rapid turn of events. the ceremony came hours after an all-night party in cairo. wild celebrations for the army's ousting of president mohammed morsi. the reaction in tarir square. an instrument from the muslim brotherhood. many said his year in office was an experiment in political islam gone wrong. critics say he ignored the economy while empowering islamic fundamentalists.
MSNBC
Jul 3, 2013 6:00am PDT
trying to force his hand. richard engel is nbc's chief foreign correspondent with more from cairo. >> reporter: egypt is increasingly divided and it's breaking up along what could be very dangerous lines. here in tahrir square, there are still protesters demanding that egypt's islamist president mohamed morsi from the muslim brotherhood step down. they claim he's incompetent, he's a radical. they claim for the last year he has not only driven the economy to ruins but encouraged more islamic positions in the society. but across town in other parts of cairo, there are supporters of morsi who say that he was the legitimate little elected president one year ago. and that removing him could cause clashes, could cause violence. we've already seen some of that violence overnight between 16 and 25 people were killed. they were supporters of president morsi, and they say they were attacked by police and hired thugs and rd cooing to videos posted online, live ammunition was used. then in all of this, enter the army. the army says unless this standoff is resolved today, it could intervene to
NBC
Jul 5, 2013 7:00am PDT
. nbc's chief foreign correspondent richard engel is in cairo. richard, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, thomas. there is still a great deal of tension in this country following the army's move to take power, a move the muslim brotherhood is still describes as coup. that state of emergency declared today by egyptian army, in both suez and in the sinai, and the egyptian security forces have already increased their presence in the sinai around tourist destinations. it is a popular beach destination for many, particularly, european travelers. however, here in cairo and in many other cities, there is concern that there could be violence escalating today. the muslim brotherhood is planning a series of demonstrations nationwide against the coup of the democratically elected president mohamed morsi calls this the day of rejection. >> richard engel from cairo. thank you so much. >>> back here at home the prosecution begins calling its final wpss today at the george zimmerman second-degree murder trial. jury members spent the fourth of july holiday sequestered. among those testifying the
MSNBC
Jul 4, 2013 4:00am PDT
fourth. as we move from there to richard engel, nbc's chief correspondent there following all this from cairo. with a good morning our time to you, you heard jamie rubin talking there. talk about the implications now for the muslim brotherhood and for fundamentalism, islamic fundamentalism in general now? >> i think the implications for the muslim brotherhood are very bad, not just here in egypt but across the region. the muslim brotherhood isn't the only group involved in political islam. it's the most organized. it's a fully international organization, and it has roots in many of the countries that are let's call them the new arab spring democracies. they could take a big hit. if you look at the reactions that have come out to what happened here in egypt, the countries that supported the muslim brotherhood, that are of a similar islamist line are calling it a military coup. the ones that didn't like the military -- the ones that didn't like the muslim brotherhood are welcoming it. tunisia, for example, which had a -- which was the first group, the first country that started this
NBC
Jul 3, 2013 7:00am PDT
find a solution and bring that violence to an end. we want to get to richard engel. what is the latest? >> reporter: good morning. people are crowding here. they are singing patriotic songs, waving flags. they have hoping this will be a victory celebration. these people are against president mohamed morsi. the dead line to have his removed has almost set to expire. we have been told that the eyip shan army has taken over parts of the television building and is now monitoring the television's yut put. there are deep concerns in this country if the president is removed by force. the first clashes of what what could become a if you phase of violence in kwee egypt. in videos posted on line, live ammunition can cheerily be heard. it's the first major outbreak between protesters of morsi to step down because of what they complain as poor performance and supporters who back his islamic agenda. morsi himself says he isn't going anywhere. in an angry sheech he said he would rather die than give up the post. the critics say -- in a statement, the army said this would take every effort to prevent
NBC
Jul 2, 2013 7:00am PDT
of unrest. now an ultimatum to the president. richard engel is in cairo. a lot of uncertainty there once again. there are frequent power cuts on employment rising. opposition members say instead of focusing on these national priorities morsi has been instead trying to impose an islamic agenda. he has his own supporters, in fact. they are planning on holding 50 of their own demonstrations today. what's new this time is the egyptian army is intervening and saying unless this crisis is resolved in the next 30 hours or so, the army will step in and impose its own road map. what that means remains unclear. but morsi says the army is threatening a coup. >>> a close call 14,000 feet in the air. spirit airlines plane was forced into a sharp dive over southeast michigan sunday after it came within a mile and a half of a skydiving plane. screaming passengers said they thought they were going to crash. the faa is now investigating. >>> two parasailers are recovering after the cable pulling them broke free of the boat. two teenage girls in a tandem harness appeared to bounce off the side of the
CNBC
Jul 3, 2013 12:00pm EDT
getting from our crew, nbc crew on the ground, including correspondent richard engel, is apparently the military tanks are on the move toward cairo at this point. they've been on the outskirts, and it may be the case that officials inside the morsi administration, including the president, have been arrested. but we have not yet heard any confirmation on that, nor have we heard anybody from the administration to confirm that, but that is the situation right now. it's pretty chaotic, pretty fluid. we're monitoring it. meantime, the stock market has been rising. we're just off the highs with the dow up 75 points, maria. >> meanwhile, bill, the obama administration is delaying the employer mandate under the affordable care act, better known as obama care. the mandate requires companies with more than 50 full-time employees to offer health insurance or pay a $2,000 penalty, bill. >> joining us from washington with more details on this stunning development is our john harwood. john? >> it was a surprise. it's a setback for the administration that underscores the complexity of implementing
CNBC
Jul 5, 2013 9:00am EDT
a free and fair objection. the army remains on high alert. richard engel was on site and witnessed the clashes that happened. at least three people have been killed. nothing official yet as such, but we're keeping a close eye on the violence as competing rallies take place. now, it is unclear as well how much further the violence could escalate, especially given the strong army presence and as you mentioned the helicopters that are, of course, roving around this area and elsewhere across egypt. >> thank you for that. we'll keep a close eye on cairo as we get sunset there and we'll see what happens as they go into nighttime and the crowds continue to gather in tahrir. >>> back in the states, what the heck happened to samsung? a slowdown in phone sales hitting the company's bottom line. we'll tell you if this might be the end of their rapid growth. first, rick santelli watching some markets around the globe. >> it's just absolutely amazing to see the breadth of the move in the interest rate curve, the short curve, the euro curve, to watch foreign equity markets along with ours give u
CNBC
Jul 3, 2013 9:00am EDT
. >> meanwhile, the pictures out of tahrir square continue. richard engel telling nbc news that crowds have been pouring into the square and what is clearly one of the largest extended protests that country has ever seen in its history. >> these are just extraordinary pictures considering the size of the crowds and what's happening. >> but again morsi, the embattled president, stating he has no intention of stepping down ahead of that ultimatum which expires essentially in the next few seconds. >> people should know if they're wondering why the egyptian market is holding up as well as it has been today is because it's been hammered the last 6 to 12 months. from the time this current administration took office, it's been nothing but trouble for egypt. the egx 30, we can hear the chanting getting louder from the clouds. >> in the meantime, we will get to the 11, david. we will see you on friday. >> you will. you may see me in the 11 as well. we want to do a little follow up on lin n energy so you will see me prior to friday. >> very nice. >> i won't be too far. >> dow is down 9. h
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